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Posted: 04/06/2020

Charlie McAvoy Keeping Busy With New Rollerblades, Tiger King Binge During NHL's Coronavirus Hiatus
It has been nearly a month since the Bruins last took the ice in Philadelphia for their final game before the NHL put a halt to the season. With their practice facility at Warrior Arena closed, Bruins players have been on their own when it comes to working out and staying in shape, and they’re finding new and unique ways to keep that going for as long as they need to keep it up.
Posted: 04/06/2020

Charlie McAvoy Has Taken Up Some Interesting Hobbies During Quarantine
Whether it’s testing out his new rollerblades (at a proper social distance, of course), taking on art projects or cheffing it up in his new kitchen, the Boston Bruins defenseman has kept himself plenty busy during the indefinite layoff. He’s even gotten into the whole “Tiger King” craze, and has a couple of other shows he wants to check out too. So yeah, it’s safe to say he’s winning the war on boredom.
Posted: 04/06/2020

Bruins Encore: Relive Bruins-Lightning 2011 Playoffs Game 1 Ahead Of NESN Broadcast
The Bruins were rolling after the second round of the 2011 playoffs, but that came to a screeching halt in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final. Boston fell 5-2 to the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 1 of the best-of-seven-series. Despite the result, there still were a few notable storylines as the Bruins kicked off another wildly entertaining postseason series.
Posted: 04/06/2020

Bruce Cassidy Confident Bruins Will Have 'Easy Transition' Upon NHL Return
It’s certainly not an ideal scenario for any professional sports team, but the Boston Bruins are among those who drew the shortest of sticks. The Bruins owned the best record in the NHL just before the league paused the season March 12 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Boston was high on the list of Stanley Cup contenders, but now it’s unclear if the B’s will have the chance to step on the ice again for the 2019-20 season.
Posted: 04/06/2020

Bruins' Brandon Carlo Joins Sophia Jurksztowicz For A Quarantine Chat
Boston Bruins defenseman Brandon Carlo joins NESN’s Sophia Jurksztowicz to discuss how he has been handling life in quarantine. The B’s blue liner discusses his recovery from a concussion he suffered just before the NHL season was suspended indefinitely. He also shares how he has kept in touch with his Bruins teammates, how he feels the Stanley Cup playoffs should unfold and faces off with Jurksztowicz in an epic game of Rock-Paper-Scissors.
Posted: 04/05/2020

Bruins hope goalies Jeremy Swayman and Dan Vladar can succeed where others fell short
The Bruins have struggled to develop a viable NHL goalie since Tuukka Rask joined the organization in 2008. The B’s hope Dan Vladar and recently-signed Jeremy Swayman can break that dry spell. With hard news so scarce, the position so important, and the player seeming to be so good, it’s easy to see why this week’s signing of University of Maine goalie Jeremy Swayman created so much discussion.
Posted: 04/04/2020

Talk about a fantasy draft: Here are the ultimate cap-era Bruins teams
With all the retro games being replayed these days, Black-and-Gold blasts from the past are all over the place. All those great games have us thinking about which Bruins players we’d want on our team now, if we were the coach and general manager. Because we have nothing but time, let’s take the next step and get nerdy.
Posted: 04/03/2020

Boston Bruins
As we get through another week of this new normal, let’s make sure we continue looking out for each other because, again, we’re all in this together. So, here are some random thoughts for the day: — I don’t fancy myself an insider or anything, so this is purely speculation. But judging by Tuukka Rask’s latest comments, I do believe he legitimately will consider retirement if he finishes next season without a new contract.
Posted: 04/03/2020

Here's What Boston's Sports Franchises Are Doing To Help The Fight Against Coronavirus
New England Patriots According to the Journal, Kraft agreed to pay $2 million towards the supplies, which amounted to half of the total cost. That doesn't include the costs of navigating a tangle of logistical red tape to get the plane to China, fuel, and other travel costs involved with international flights. The Krafts and the two major pro franchises they own, the Patriots and the New England Revolution, have also been doing other work across the state.
Posted: 04/03/2020

David Pastrnak farthest thing from a 'loser' there is during Coronavirus crisis
But then the other Bruins representative in Laird’s “loser” category was David Pastrnak and, well, there’s probably no one among the Bruins, the NHL or Bostonians that’s farther from being a loser right now. Yes, I can understand Laird’s point that Pastrnak won’t have a chance to surpass 50 goals or to seek redemption in the Stanley Cup playoffs because of the shutdown. And, yes, sharing the Maurice Richard Trophy with Alex Ovechkin seems like an extra-bitter pill to swallow.
Posted: 04/02/2020

Hobey Baker: UMass' John Leonard misses cut for Top 3, Bruins prospect Jeremy Swayman named finalist
Following a season that saw the junior lead the nation in goals with 27, UMass forward John Leonard has not named one of three finalists for the Hobey Baker award. The award’s organization announced the three finalists on Thursday. Leonard was named one of 10 finalists for the award on March 18.
Posted: 04/02/2020

BC-AP Sportlight
The Montreal Canadiens win the NHL Stanley Cup with a two-game sweep of the Boston Bruins. Ken Doraty's overtime goal gives the Toronto Maple Leafs and 1-0 victory over the Boston Bruins in semifinals of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The goal comes at one hour, 44 minutes and 46 second of the overtime beyond the one-hour regulation game.
Posted: 04/02/2020

Celebrate NESN's Billy Jaffe's Birthday By Reliving Epic Rant On NHL Replay
There’s a lot to miss about the paused Boston Bruins season, especially Billy Jaffe’s on-air rants. Thursday just so happens to be the NESN analyst’s birthday. And what better way to celebrate than reliving one of his most epic rants during NESN’s “Bruins Overtime Live” from Boston’s Oct. 10 game against the Colorado Avalanche?
Posted: 04/02/2020

ESPN Names These David Pastrnak Feats 'Feel-Good' Story Of Bruins' Season
David Pastrnak made hockey fans grin from ear to ear on at least four occasions in 2019-20. ESPN’s Greg Wyshynski on Wednesday named the four hat tricks the Boston Bruins right wing registered this season as the team’s “feel-good story” of the now-paused campaign. Pastrnak doubled his career hat-trick total total between October and March, with those 13 goals he scored in the outburst representing just under 30 percent of his league-leading tally of 48.
Posted: 04/01/2020

Bruins' Cam Neely Takes Fans Through Recovery From Ulf Samuelsson Hits
If you grew up a Boston Bruins in the ’90s, you probably remember Cam Neely in his prime. You also probably remember a hit from Penguins’ Ulf Samuelsson in Game 3 of the 1991 Eastern Conference Finals that knocked Neely from the game. The now-Bruins president never was the same after his eventual return to the ice, playing in just 22 games over the next two seasons.
Posted: 04/01/2020

What went right (a lot) and wrong (not much) for the Bruins this season
WHAT WENT WRONG ▪ The bottom nine forwards went through lulls, leaving the Bruins too reliant on their elite top line and power play. They also were pushed around a bit too often, particularly by potential playoff opponents Washington and Tampa Bay. Danton Heinen was traded to Anaheim after failing to build on his promising rookie year of 2017-18.
Posted: 03/31/2020

Steve Simmons: Canucks of 2011 the best team never to win the Stanley Cup
A team like the 2011 Canucks doesn’t come around often Rick Bowness has coached in more games than anyone else in National Hockey League history, but one game, more than any other, haunts him to this day. Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final. June 15, 2011: The night the city burned and the Vancouver Canucks lost the Stanley Cup.
Posted: 04/01/2020


HOME 35 22 4 9
AWAY 35 22 10 3
TOTAL 70 44 14 12

TOTAL 0 0 0 0

BOS 70 44 14 12 100 227 174
TBL 70 43 21 6 92 245 195
TOR 70 36 25 9 81 238 227
FLA 69 35 26 8 78 231 228
MTL 71 31 31 9 71 212 221
BUF 69 30 31 8 68 195 217
OTT 71 25 34 12 62 191 243
DET 71 17 49 5 39 145 267

1. BOS 70 44 14 12 53 100
2. TBL 70 43 21 6 50 92
3. WSH 69 41 20 8 25 90
4. PHI 69 41 21 7 36 89
5. PIT 69 40 23 6 28 86
6. TOR 70 36 25 9 11 81
7. CAR* 68 38 25 5 29 81
8. CBJ* 70 33 22 15 -7 81
9. NYI 68 35 23 10 -1 80
10. NYR 70 37 28 5 12 79
11. FLA 69 35 26 8 3 78
12. MTL 71 31 31 9 -9 71
13. BUF 69 30 31 8 -22 68
14. NJD 69 28 29 12 -41 68
15. OTT 71 25 34 12 -52 62
16. DET 71 17 49 5 -122 39
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